Animals Behaving Badly

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0119981223"

The first in a four-part series exploring some of the many antisocial activities of wildlife around the globe, from cannibalistic hamsters to egg-dumping swallows.

"The first in a four-part series exploring some of the many antisocial activities of wildlife around the globe, from cannibalistic hamsters to egg-dumping swallows."

Producers Sarah Blunt and Brett Westwood

Producers Sarah Blunt and Brett Westwood"

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0219981230"

The second of four programmes exploring some of the many antisocial activities of wildlife around the globe, from cannibalistic hamsters to egg-dumping swallows.

"The second of four programmes exploring some of the many antisocial activities of wildlife around the globe, from cannibalistic hamsters to egg-dumping swallows."

Producers Sarah Blunt and Brett Westwood

Producers Sarah Blunt and Brett Westwood"

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0319990106"

In the third of four programmes, exploring some of the many antisocial activities of wildlife around the globe, Mark Carwardine reveals more tales of animal squatters and cannibalistic lodgers.

"In the third of four programmes, exploring some of the many antisocial activities of wildlife around the globe, Mark Carwardine reveals more tales of animal squatters and cannibalistic lodgers."

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04 LAST19990113"

In the last of four programmes exploring some of the many antisocial activities of wildlife around the globe, Mark Carwardine asks why jungle fowl and crickets fight to the death and why male lions kill the cubs of females with whom they mate.

"In the last of four programmes exploring some of the many antisocial activities of wildlife around the globe, Mark Carwardine asks why jungle fowl and crickets fight to the death and why male lions kill the cubs of females with whom they mate."

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